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Download this digital edition now or read past issues in our Digital Archive! In this issue: Open Season – Hunting and Fishing On Military Installations Forever G.I. Bill Responding to Hurricanes and Wildfires 2017 CFC Kickoff And More!
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Instantly translate your military skills to civilian job openings. Military skills translation applies to so many parts of your job search. Did you know… 61% of employers do not have a complete understanding of the qualifications service members offer? Or that… Half of all veterans (51%) felt their current jobs leverage their military experience, while […]
Congratulations on your new job! After submitting resumes, conducting interviews, and waiting with bated breath for that good news phone call, you’ve been offered a position! Now what? It’s time to get a business casual closet ready for this job, too. Whether you’re fresh out of college or getting back into the workforce after a […]
by Bianca M. Strzalkowski AmeriForce Media had the opportunity Wednesday to speak with Mrs. Karen Pence, wife of Vice President Mike Pence, at her office in Washington D.C. She operates from the Eisenhower Executive Building within the White House campus, which houses the staff for speechwriting, economic councils, among others. Her office marries her love of […]
By Steve Marshall, National Guard Bureau Florida National Guard members began preparing for a possible hit and residents began evacuating as Hurricane Irma — a monster storm packing winds up to 185 mph — hovered Wednesday over Caribbean islands. Air and Army National Guard members have been mobilized in the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, […]
by Madison Linnihan September 1st marks the first day of the 2017 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) season, which lasts until December 15th. Throughout these months, the CFC raises millions of dollars for local, national, and international charities. The CFC is a critical source of revenue for many nonprofit organizations, many of which benefit military families […]
by Janet Farley Moving is hard on adults but it can be particularly difficult on children. As if packing up all things familiar and saying goodbye to good friends isn’t hard enough, they also have the added challenge of meeting and making new friends in a new place. While expert opinion differs on whether it […]
by Andrea Downing Peck A recent landmark Supreme Court decision clarifies property rights in military divorce settlements, but the ruling means spouses of military retirees with service-related disabilities may receive reduced shares of pension payments in divorce cases. Mark Sullivan, a retired Army Reserve JAG colonel, who practices family law in Raleigh, N.C., calls the […]